REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA
24 March 1993
TRADE MARKS ..
APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION
OF TRADE MARKS IN NAMIBIA
(Applications accepted in terms of Act No. 48 of 1973)
Any person who has grounds for objection to any of the following trade
marks, may, within the prescribed time, lodge Notice of Opposition on form
SM 6 contained in the Second Schedule to the Trade Marks Rules in
Namibia, 1973. The prescribed time is two months after the date of
advertisement. This period may on application be extended by the Registrar.
Where the Gazette is issued late, the period of opposition will count as from
the date of issue and a notice relating thereto will be displayed on the public
notice board in the Trade Marks Registry.
Formal opposition should not be lodged until after notice has been given by
letter to the applicant for registration so as to afford him an opportunity of
withdrawing his application before the expense of preparing the Notice of
Opposition is incurred. Failing such notice to the applicant an opponent may
not succeed in obtaining an order for costs.
"B" preceding the number indicates Part B of the Trade Mark Register.
Neither the office mentioned hereunder nor Windhoek Printers & Publishers
(Pty) Ltd., acting on behalf of the Government of Namibia, guarantee the
accuracy of this publication or undertake any responsibility for errors or
omissions or their consequences.
REGISTRAR OF TRADE MARKS FOR NAMIBIA